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alert-–-larry-emdur-lashes-out-at-viewer-who-slammed-his-appearance-on-channel-seven’s-good-friday-appeal-where-a-record-breaking-$23million-was-raisedAlert – Larry Emdur lashes out at viewer who slammed his appearance on Channel Seven’s Good Friday Appeal where a record-breaking $23million was raised

Larry Emdur has shared his anger over a TV viewer who was less than thrilled with seeing him appear on Channel Seven’s Good Friday Appeal. 

In a post to Instagram on Sunday, The Morning Show show host shared the comment, which read: ‘Does Channel Seven have anyone else? Or just Larry Emdur every day, morning, noon and night’. 

The TV star was quick to reply in a lengthy caption, writing: Dear D***head, actually I take that back, you’re probably not a d****head, you’re probably a reasonable bloke but you don’t like me and there’s a good chance I wouldn’t like you. 

‘I’m okay with you not liking me on TV, heck I don’t even like me on TV. You tagged me on your post so you wanted me to see it and I have and I just wanted you to know this,’ he continued. 

‘There are at least 50 people at Channel Seven who could’ve hosted all of that Good Friday Appeal broadcast so I was incredibly honoured they asked me to host such a mammoth show. 

Larry Emdur has shared his anger over a TV viewer who was less than thrilled with seeing him appear on Channel Seven's Good Friday Appeal (pictured)

Larry Emdur has shared his anger over a TV viewer who was less than thrilled with seeing him appear on Channel Seven’s Good Friday Appeal (pictured) 

‘On Thursday afternoon I left Sydney to go to Melbourne, Thursday was my dear Mum’s birthday and I missed her birthday dinner so I could at the Royal Children’s Hospital early on Friday morning for several live crosses into The Morning Show to start ramping up interest and donations for the appeal.

‘It was a big day full of love and hope and meeting some very sick and very brave kids and their families. Then at 7pm I sat in my host’s chair on the panel to prepare for our 7:30pm start. I didn’t get out of that chair until about 11:30pm. 

‘I guess that’s the bit your complaining about. During that day I was proudly a very tiny part of a huge machine that raised in excess of $23million, a new record.

‘This money will go to research, doctors, medical staff, resources, equipment and special support projects. Mate I don’t know what you did on Friday but there’s a good chance I was a part of something that will certainly enhance the lives of sick children and will very likely save lives along the way. Enjoy the rest of your Easter’. 

In a post to Instagram on Sunday, The Morning Show show host shared the comment, which read: 'Does Channel Seven have anyone else? Or just Larry Emdur every day, morning, noon and night'

In a post to Instagram on Sunday, The Morning Show show host shared the comment, which read: ‘Does Channel Seven have anyone else? Or just Larry Emdur every day, morning, noon and night’

'There are at least 50 people at Channel Seven who could've hosted all of that Good Friday Appeal broadcast so I was incredibly honoured they asked me to host such a mammoth show,' Larry said

‘There are at least 50 people at Channel Seven who could’ve hosted all of that Good Friday Appeal broadcast so I was incredibly honoured they asked me to host such a mammoth show,’ Larry said

Breakfast TV favourites Natalie Barr and Matt ‘Shirvo’ Shirvington joined other Seven stars for the Good Friday Appeal in Melbourne on Friday.

The Sunrise hosts could be seen posing with other members of the Brekkie Central team including Katie Brown, Mark Beretta and Edwina Bartholomew.

They were also joined by more Home and Away co-stars James Stewart, Ada Nicodemou and Matt Evans. 

The annual Channel Seven telethon raised a whopping $23,368,724 for Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital.

The telethon, broadcast on Channel Seven in Melbourne and nationally on 7plus, helped raise a record-breaking $23,368,724 for The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.

The telethon, broadcast on Channel Seven in Melbourne and nationally on 7plus, helped raise a record-breaking $23,368,724 for The Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne

The telethon, broadcast on Channel Seven in Melbourne and nationally on 7plus, helped raise a record-breaking $23,368,724 for The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne 

READ MORE: Sunrise hosts Natalie Barr and Matt Shirvington join Channel Seven stars for the 2024 Good Friday Appeal – raising a record-breaking $23million